Robert (Bob) Scarfo 87, of Milford

Robert (Bob) Scarfo 87, of Milford, MA passed away at Cornerstone at Milford Assisted Living. He was raised in Belmont, MA and was the son of the late Joseph and Marion (Campabasso) Scarfo.

He graduated from Belmont High School in 1954 and graduated from Bentley School of Accounting in 1956. He later went on to receive his bachelor’s degree in Business Administration from Suffolk University in 1966.

Bob served as a proud member of the US Army’s 3rd Infantry Division, where he was stationed in Germany as part of the Nato’s Forces, from 1957 until 1959. In 1959, he began working for the New England Electric System (NEES), transferring to Yankee Atomic Electric Co., an affiliate of NEES in 1962, where he held various accounting and administrative positions until his retirement in 1992.

He was a die hard fan of the Boston Bruins and was a season ticket holder for over 25 years, where he saw many of the old NHL stars play. In addition, he loved to cook and enjoyed watching Jeopardy and Seinfeld, reading, completing crossword puzzles, traveling, and spending time with family and close friends. He was also a member of the Town of Milford’s Personnel Board, for ten years and a member of the Board of Directors at Central One Federal Credit Union, for twelve years.

He is survived by his daughter, Beverly Turnquist of Tyngsboro, her husband Rodd, and his grandsons William and Stefan. He is also survived by a brother Edward Scarfo of Pooler, GA, as well as many cousins, nephews, nieces, and lots of beloved friends!

Bob was predeceased by his wife Barbara (Moreland) Scarfo, his two sons Michael and Thomas, his sisters Rose Cowles, Eleanor Mitchell, and Florence Brinley, and his brothers James, Joseph and Richard Scarfo.

In honor of his memory, visiting hours will be held at Consigli-Ruggerio Funeral Home, 46 Water St, Milford, MA on Saturday, June 15, 2024 from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m, with a service to immediately follow at the funeral home. A private burial will be held on another date.

In lieu of flowers, it is requested that a donation be made to the Muscular Dystrophy Association or to another worthy cause.